How We Work
Our welfare assessment techniques offer guidelines on animal handling, hoof care, harnessing and more.
We work closely with policy makers and civil society organisations at global and national levels.
Hundreds of thousands of donkeys are slaughtered for their skins and exported annually, mostly from Africa, causing donkey numbers across the continent to decimate. Will you stand against the slaughter of working donkeys?
Thousands of equids work in exploitative industries worldwide, including brick kilns, coal mines and tourism.
Working horses, donkeys and mules are critical to their owners’ livelihoods. They support income generation in agriculture, tourism and transport.
Where We Work
We have a number of criteria to help us decide which countries we should work in, such as the need for animal welfare, the communities that work with animals and the levels of poverty. Learn more.
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Brooke's innovation fund invests in new ideas to improve the welfare of working equines and the lives of those communities that depend on them.
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